December 18, 2014 RSS feed / Columns

In Touch with Prairie Living

As the holiday season approaches, I wish to extend Yuletide Best Wishes and special “Weihnachten” greetings. More...

Looking Back

The Anchor Ranch

A previous article dealt with the Voigt family and their being forced to leave the Elbowoods area due to rising waters in the newly formed Lake Sakakawea.Asearch for different property led them to The Anchor Ranch with its rich grass and scenic butte More...

Food for Thought

Fruitcake for the Holidays More...

Good News

from the Emmons County Ministerial Association

In the past two articles we have looked at approaching life realistically, accepting that it contains suffering; and that we all have been called to life and every day God calls us in ordinary ways to grow by answering His calls. More...

From the Heartland

If the 10-day forecast holds, it should be in the 20s or 30s for Christmas. Here’s hoping the roads will be good for travelers and that the airports are open around the country for those flying to their destinations. More...

Food for Thought

Survivor: For Rural Communities

Why do some rural communities struggle to cope with fundamental restructuring when others seem to thrive? More...

BeefTalk

Prepping for the Bull-buying Season

I am going to say this three times:Aproducer does not need to know all the mathematics, justifications or scientific “who done it” aspects of breed association expected progeny differences (EPDs). More...

Back In Time

10 YEARS Jay Jahnig, a native of Britton, S.D., has been named Interim Administrator at the Linton Hospital. Farewell open house held for Margaret Schaar who resigned as Emmons County Extension Agent, a position she held for the past 10 years. More...

Off the Bookshelf

Little Mercies

A new novel (2014) by author Heather Gudenkauf, “Little Mercies,” is a fictional look at an all-too-real current news headline. More...